Cannabis Basics Holy Anointing Dead Sea Salts (Full Spectrum)

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Take your stress-reducing bath to the next level with these cannabis-infused Dead Sea salts from Cannabis Basics! Enjoy the relaxing scents of Cinnamon, Myrrh, and Cassia essential oils.

  • Rich in CBD and THC, as well as other cannabinoids, terpenes, chlorophyll, and lipids…all good for your skin!
  • Made with hemp seed oil, which contains polyunsaturated Omega fats that promote skin health and reduce inflammation
  • Contains <0.3% THC and is legal to purchase and possess in WA
  • Will not get you high or cause a failed drug test

Can only be shipped to our WA customers (see Disclaimers).

Product Details

  • Dead Sea Salt
  • Cannabis-infused Olive Oil (THC, THC-A, CBD, other cannabinoids & terpenes)
  • Organic Hemp Seed Oil
  • Essential Oils of Myrrh, Cinnamon Leaf, and Cassia
  • Vitamin E

4 oz

Lab Reports (COAs)

We maintain lab report COAs (Certificate of Analysis) for all CBD and hemp flower products that we sell. However, we don’t post them on our website publicly, because they can be stolen and used to make forgeries. To request a COA, send an email to info@cascadiahempco.com, and we will get back to you as quickly as possible. Please mention the specific product that you would like to see lab reports for.


CHABA Disclaimer

Cannabis Health and Beauty Aids (CHABA) are topical applications with less than 0.3% THC and are not psychoactive. CHABA products are legal in the state of Washington but may be illegal in other places. We only ship CHABA products to WA addresses. Use caution when traveling with CHABA elsewhere, especially anywhere cannabis is still prohibited.

FDA Disclaimer

The FDA has not approved this product to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. You should consult your doctor before starting any new dietary supplement, including herbal supplements such as hemp extract. Ask your doctor about correct dosing and any possible drug interactions, especially if you have been advised against eating grapefruit.